|The Unnamed 2011 - George and Ivan Fenn|
Solstice 2010 and 2011 Halloween-Solstice
Keywords: Paul Fenn
|Reminiscences of the life and character of Elam Fenn, and Lydia, his wife : with a brief survey of the times in which they lived - Griggs, Leverett Stearns|
Keywords: Fenn, Elam, 1797-1884; Fenn, Lydia, 1797-1873; Fenn family
|Annals of a clerical family, being some account of the family and descendants of William Venn, vicar of Otterton, Devon, 1600-1621 - Venn, John, 1834-1923|
Keywords: Fenn family; Venn family
|Taxim Athinelko Ke Zeimbekiko.aiff - Yiorgis Batis|
Rembetiko Fenn Cyprus
Keywords: Fenn Cyprus Rembettico Rembetico Rembetiko
|Catalogue of the very interesting and important collection of autograph letters and mss. formed many years since by Sir John Fenn, Knt., editor of the Paston letters ... : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson ... Leicester Square ... on Monday, July 16th, 1866, and two following days - Puttick and Simpson|
Keywords: Fenn, John, 1739-1794; Autographs
|'Tention - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
A young private, Penton Gray, known as Pen, is injured during an engagement in the Peninsular War. When he comes to he finds that the boy bugler, Punch, from his regiment, is lying injured close by. The British troops are near, but the area where the boys are is occupied by the French, who are the enemy. The boys need to recover from their wounds, and then to get back to their regiment. They have numerous adventures, and meet several people who help them, including the deposed Spanish King...
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|Charge! - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The earliest European settlers in South Africa were mostly Dutch. They were known as Boers, the Dutch word for farmer. They were doing well, and even though the British had come to rule the country, their comfortable and profitable existence was all that most of them wanted. However, an Irishman of the name of Moriarty thought otherwise, and urged them to rebel against the British, simply because there is a class of Irish people that enjoy fights, and the English are their nearest neighbours, an...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Charge; PDF; HTML
|To the West - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
At fifteen hours this is a fairly long book for this author. It starts with two young men working as clerks in the offices of a tyrannical auctioneer. Fed up with his unpleasant behaviour they give up their jobs and determine to set out for British Columbia. To get there they must take passage in a ship going round the Horn, and up to San Francisco. Then they have to make their way further up the coast to their destination...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; West; PDF; HTML
|Teaser to the Unnamed - Music and Film 2011 - Paul, Julia, George, Ivan|
For Janeane and Takis Constantinou, Solstice, 2011
Keywords: Marshall; Larnaca; Roberts; Whiteman; Fenn; Constantinou; Steuart
Average rating: (1 review)
|My patients. Being the notes of a working surgeon, and adventures of working men - Fenn, George Manville, 1831-1909|
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Fenn, George Manville, 1831-1909; Physicians
|The Dark House - George Manville Fenn|
LibriVox recording of The Dark House by George Manville Fenn. Read by Lucy Burgoyne. An extremely wealthy but reclusive man has died, leaving an eccentric will which hints at great riches hidden somewhere in the house. Most of the people at the reading of the will did not know the deceased in person, but had received kindnesses from him, for instance by the payment of school and university fees. The principal beneficiary, a great-nephew, also did not know him...
Keywords: fiction; fenn; mystery; crime; audiobooks; librivox
Average rating: (3 reviews)
|Gil the Gunner - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is a very long book from this author. Gilbert Vincent, very young at the time, joins the army to serve in India. Various battles and engagements take place, as a result of which Gil gets injuries, and spends a lot of time unconscious or recovering. At one stage he is captured by the local Rajah, who is extremely wealthy, and who takes a shine to our hero, making sure that he is treated extremely well by his domestic servants...
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|Witness to the Deed - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is indeed rather an extraordinary book, in many ways not in the usual style of Fenn, yet in others in a style that few but Fenn could rise to. One of the problems with this book is that, at least in the early chapters, there are flashbacks in the text, most unusual in the nineteenth century, though regrettably an oft-used device in the writing of today. This does make it difficult to follow the story, but you just have to push on with the work, and you will be rewarded in the end...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Witness; Deed; PDF; HTML; TXT; ZIP
|Local Dot Org Radio Blog - The Local Organon - Local.org|
Live stream radio in the Bay Area - HOW CALIFORNIA'S NEWSPAPERS AND FOOD STORES KILLED PROP 37 THE GMO LABELING INITIATIVE IN CALIFORNIA - also OBAMA'S KEYSTONE PIPELINE FLIP-FLOP, and WHY YOU CANNOT ASK THE ENERGY INDUSTRY TO CHANGE - with topical musical relief from BLACK FRANCIS' "The Golem"- which may be found on Live stream radio in the Bay Area - HOW CALIFORNIA'S NEWSPAPERS AND FOOD STORES KILLED PROP 37 THE GMO LABELING INITIATIVE IN CALIFORNIA - also OBAMA'S KEYSTONE PIPELINE FLIP-FLOP, ...
Keywords: Paul Fenn; Charles Schultz; Christopher Britt; Tom Fendlay; Charles Thompson
Average rating: (1 review)
|Cormorant Crag - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
In this excellent book of smuggling life on the south coast of England, dating about 1830, from some of the passing comments made by the author, we read of the adventures of two boys living on a small off-shore island. One is the son of the local doctor, the other the son of the squire, or owner of the land round about. The boys are friendly with an old fisherman called Daygo. It is thought that he is of Spanish descent, from the Armada, but despite his name and appearance, he denies it...
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|Jack at Sea - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
We do seem to have rather a problem with this book, because the copy we worked from had pages 15 and 16 missing (sheet was missing) and also the bottom half of pages 283 and 284 has been torn out. Eventually, when I can see another copy of the book I will be able to rectify this, but at the moment there does not seem to be a copy in sight: it doesn't even seem to be listed in the British Library Catalogue...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Jack; Sea; PDF; TXT; ZIP; HTML
|King o' the Beach - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This book was written just before the end of the century, when it would have been expected that travel by steamer was pretty safe. Carey, a teenage boy making his way by steamer "Chusan" to meet his parents in Australia, becomes very friendly with the ship's doctor, and also with one of the seamen, Bob Bostock. But somewhere out in the Indian Ocean he has an accident, falling from the ship's rigging, and is unconscious and possibly may not live...
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|Yussuf the Guide - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Lawrence is a boy in his late teens, who has consumption, which makes him feel very tired and helpless. He says one day that he would love a holiday somewhere hot and sunny. He has no relations, but there is a guardian, a local lawyer; and a doctor and a retired professor elect to go to Turkey with him, to look at the antiquities. They travel first to Greece, where they find a lot of dishonesty, in particular in the crew of the little ship in which they sail to Turkey...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Yussuf; Guide; PDF; HTML
|Featherland; or, How the Birds lived at Greenlawn - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
As he explains in the last paragraph the book was written for the amusement of two little girls who were fond of leaning up against his knee, and asking him to tell them a story. Fenn was a very good naturalist, and I feel sure that he enjoyed looking out at the birds on the lawn, and seeing their reactions to one another. From this he has gone on to add occasional snatches of English speech, to illustrate to the girls the way the birds, and a few other animals (the dog, the cat, the bees, a hed...
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|Massa George - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
George Bruton, son of Captain Bruton is a young teenager. His father's plantation is in Georgia. The time is around the middle of the eighteenth century. Although not keen on the idea of slavery, Captain Bruton determines that he will buy one of them and will try to treat him extremely well. The man has a son, whom the family nickname Pompey, Pomp for short. Eventually these two become relaxed, realising that there will be no hard treatment for them, and the two boys, George and Pomp, become fas...
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|Trapped by Malays - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is good lively yarn by the master of suspense. There is continuous action throughout the book, and you are kept on your toes wondering how we are going to get through the latest apparent disaster. Sometimes just a little reminiscent of The Middy and the Ensign, set in a similar location, with similar personnel, but different enough to escape too much criticism. Makes a good audiobook. George Manville Fenn lived from 1831 to 1909, and was a prolific writer of boys' adventure stories...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Trapped; Malays; PDF; HTML
|The Golden Magnet - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Books by George Manville Fenn are full of dreadful situations which the reader cannot see the way out of. This one is no exception, in fact we would easily say that it is one of his best. Harry goes adventuring, and with him goes Tom, a young worker at Harry's father's soap-boiling factory. Tom is wonderful. He gets Harry out of numerous dire situations, and the book would not work without him. He is down-to-earth, and full of commonsense and energy...
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|A Life's Eclipse - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is a short book by G.M. Fenn's usual standards, but you will enjoy reading it. The hero is John Grange, a young gardener on Mrs. Mostyn's estate, who finds himself to be in love with Mary Ellis, the daughter of the bailiff, James Ellis. But as he is no more than an under-gardener Ellis is angry with him for even thinking of Mary. There is an accident when John has ascended a large cedar tree that had lost a bough in a gale, and a broken branch needed to be tidied up...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Life's; Eclipse; PDF; HTML
|To Win or to Die - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is a tough tale about tough men. Right from the first chapter we are living with men who are fighting for survival, the enemy being as often as not other men who would rob them. Chapter after chapter leaves the heroes in some new desperate plight, which, when overcome, is almost at once replaced by yet another one. It is not a very long book, and it is very well illustrated, but it is a breathless race from one peril to the next...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Win; Die; PDF; HTML
|Brownsmith's Boy - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is an absolutely delightful book, which has most of its early action in a market garden, and then more in another one. The author is a great naturalist, and he has much to teach us about the way in which work should be done to raise fruit and vegetables to be taken to London daily for the market. Somehow that sounds boring but there is so much action entwined with these facts that they are made far from boring...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Brownsmith; Boy; PDF; HTML
|The New Forest Spy - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The hero, living in a big house in the New Forest, is a teenager, Waller Froy. His father is away, and he is out fishing in the Forest, when he encounters a strange boy of his own age. Initially they each assume the other to be an adversary, but Waller then realises that the other boy is harmless, and has become lost from a party of Jacobite gentlemen from France. Of course this is ridiculous, because we are now in the days of King George the Third, and no Jacobite revival is likely or possible,...
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|The Bag of Diamonds - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is a short book, and indeed later editions added some short stories to bring the book up to a respectable size. The story is also unusual for this author, for much of the action takes place on the lower floors of a doctor's house in nineteenth century London. The edition used was one of the worst-printed books your reviewer has ever seen, yet with diligence the story has been extracted from it and is here presented...
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|The Powder Monkey - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is a very short book, probably intended for a younger market than most of Fenn's books. An old seaman finds a ragged and hungry young boy, to whom he talks, finding out that the boy was being brought up by an aunt and her brother. The uncle used to beat the boy too severely to bear, and he had run away from home. The seaman, Jack Jeens, decides to take charge of the boy, but both of them are taken by the press-gang, and end up serving on HMS Victory...
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|Through Forest and Stream - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The book is apparently quite genuinely by George Manville Fenn, judging by its style and content. Yet it does not appear on any list of his books, and copies of it seem to be very rare. For that reason we have not been able to put a verified publication date on the book. It does not even appear in the British Library's catalogue, indicating that it was possibly not registered for copyright. It is fairly short, taking but three hours to read aloud...
Keywords: Athelstane; George; Manville; Fenn; Forest; Stream; PDF; HTML
|Quicksilver; or, The Boy with no Skid to his Wheel - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
I don't know where they get titles for books from. The subtitle is "The Boy with no Skid to his Wheel", and that is the only mention of the word "skid" in the entire book. The only "wheel" mentioned is when the boy hero does cartwheels round the drawing-room. And the said boy is referred to as "a globule of quicksilver". So I suppose it is something the author had in his mind before he began the book...
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|Marcus, the Young Centurion - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Marcus is eighteen, and his father had been a great Roman General, Cracis, who had fallen from grace some years before and was living quietly, farming in a small way in southern Italy. An old ex-soldier, Serge, works on the farm, and is helping to bring Marcus up. Marcus would like to be a soldier, and is encouraged in this by Serge, but his father has forbidden any discussion of the topic. One day a stranger comes to the door...
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|The Adventures of Don Lavington - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Lindon, known as Don, is a boy in his late teens who has left school, and who lives with his mother and uncle Josiah, his father being dead, and works as a clerk in the office, the business being sugar and tobacco importation, in Bristol, England, which he does not much like. One day some money is missing from the office. It's pretty obvious who the thief is, but Uncle Josiah continues to accuse Don...
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|Bluejackets; or, The Log of the Teaser - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Another very exciting nautical novel by this author, who is a master of suspense. HMS Teaser, a clipper-gunboat, is patrolling the China Seas on the lookout for pirates. At the time of the story she has proceeded up the Nyho river, and is at anchor off the city of Nyho. The teller of the story is one of three young midshipmen, Nathaniel Herrick. A most important character is Ching, the Chinese interpreter, who would love to be much more important than he is...
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|Fire_Island - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This is good vintage Fenn, with dreadful situation following dreadful situation, and the heroes (mostly) managing to get out of it somehow. Right up to the last chapter the reader never knows how the problems that throw themselves upon a little group of naturalists and the sailors that brought them to the island on which all these frightening events occur, will be solved. George Manville Fenn lived from 1831 to 1909, and was a prolific writer of boys' adventure stories...
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|The Ocean Cat's-Paw - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Here we have a full-length book by an excellent author at the very top of his powers. The time is set at the end of the Napoleonic War, and continues into the ensuing peace. The young hero is first found fishing in a Dartmoor stream, when he is interrupted by the arrival of a young Frenchman, who, it turns out, has just escaped from Dartmoor, where the prisoners-of-war were being kept. Rodd helps him to hide from pursuit...
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|Burr Junior - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
I thought that it was unusual for Manville Fenn to set a novel in a boys' boarding school, since I had become used to exotic settings in Malaysia, or South America, for his tension-filled novels. Here he certainly does not disappoint if it's tension and suspense you are expecting of him. The last few chapters, in particular, are extremely nail-biting, but the book is quite hard to put down at any point...
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|Off to the Wilds - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The setting is the northern part of what is now South Africa, in the middle of the nineteenth century. Mr. Rogers is a British settler in South Africa, a "cottage farmer". The earlier Dutch farmers and settlers are called Boers. The two teenage sons, Jack and Dick, have often asked if they could all go out on a trek to visit the northern parts of the country, for a natural history collecting expedition...
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|The Queen's Scarlet - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The 17-year old Sir Richard Frayne, Baronet, and his cousin Mark, are both at a coach for the Army exam, after which, if successful, they would join the Army as officers. But Mark is seen to be a cad and liar, and there is a fight between them, Mark being apparently dead. Dick, who is a good musician, goes off with his flute in its case, intending to make his way to a city where there is an Army barracks and a Naval port, presumably Chatham, since we are in Kent...
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|Syd Belton - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
The book opens with a domestic scene with the boy Sydney having just finished dinner with his father, a Captain in the navy, and his uncle, an Admiral. They are discussing Syd's career, which the two old gentlemen hope will be as a naval officer. Syd, however has other ideas: he has been on his rounds with the local doctor, and thinks that he might like to be a doctor, too. The time of the story is in the middle of the eighteenth century, but the only real evidence of this is the fact of people ...
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|Middy and Ensign - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This was the first Manville Fenn book I ever encountered, and I loved it at first sight. So much so that I had put nearly fifty of his books on the website within a couple of years, although, writing in 2005, two years ago I had never heard of Manville Fenn. HMS Startler is on patrol up the Parang River in the Malay peninsula. On board are the midshipman, Bob Roberts, and the ensign, Tom Long. Their friendly bickering goes on throughout the book...
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|The Devon Boys - A Story of the North Shore - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
As per the title, the story revolves round the cliffs of the north shore of Devon, in South West England. It is 1752. There are three local teenage boys, who are all boarders at the nearby Barnstaple Grammar School. It is the summer holidays. Bob Chowne is the son of a local doctor, and is a bit cross in his manner; Bigley Uggleston is the son of a local fisherman (or smuggler), and is a very pleasant-mannered boy; while Sep Duncan, the "I" of the story, is the son of Arthur John Duncan, a naval...
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|Begumbagh, a story of the Indian Mutiny, and other stories - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This book of short stories is an excellent read in the usual Fenn style of suspense. "How does he get out of this one?" is always in the reader's mind. Most of the book is taken up with a story about the plight of the British members of a small garrison, during the Indian Mutiny. The second story is about half as long, and is a well-written and extremely plausible story about a house owned by an old gentleman of ancient lineage, where there is a collection of gold plate which was said to be an "...
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|In Honour's Cause - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This book is set in the Court of George the First, a Hanoverian King who was not very popular. To make himself feel more comfortable he had introduced into his Court a number of German people, and also Dutch ones. The hero of the story is 17-year old Frank Gowan, who is a page in the ante-room of the Prince of Wales, the King's eldest son. His father is an officer in the King's Guard. Another page is Andrew, whose father is pro-Jacobite, as Andrew is himself...
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|Sappers and Miners - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
This must be one of Manville Fenn's very best books. The suspense is totally gripping, right to the very end. Normally Fenn places his moments of terror at the very end of a chapter, so that this book with 52 chapters must have quite a few of them. When preparing this book for publication on the web, the editor was truly sorry when the work ended, so greatly had he enjoyed every moment of it. The action takes place in Cornwall, in and around an old tin-mine, possibly dating back to Roman and Pho...
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|Menhardoc - A Tale of Cornish Nets and Mines - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
In passing, the title of the book, Menhardoc, never once appears in the body-text of the book. But it has a sort of mysterious Cornish sound to it, and that does the trick. Mr. Temple and his two 15 or 16 year old twin sons have come to stay for the summer holidays in a Cornish fishing village. The two boys are very different. Arthur, or Taff, is very foppish and afraid of getting wet, hurt, or in any way inconvenienced...
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|Dick of the Fens - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
A number of the actors in this tale speak in a broad Lincolnshire Fenland dialect, which may make it a little hard for some readers. Some of the more unusual words are annotated in square brackets. The Squire sees the gradually encroaching bog and marsh in his land, and realises that with drainage he could reclaim this as good farm land. On the other hand some of the locals would rather see the fen remain, along with their various occupations, and the wonderful and fragile wet-land natural histo...
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|Bunyip Land - George Manville Fenn|
LibriVox recording of Bunyip Land by George Manville Fenn. Joe Carstairs is a boy on a farm in Australia. His father is a keen naturalist who, some years before had set off for New Guinea in search of specimens, and never been heard of again. Joe is old enough to mount a search expedition, and takes with him a local doctor and an aboriginal worker on his farm. They find themselves joined by a stowaway, Jimmy, whose father is a squatter (farmer) nearby, together with his dog, Gyp...
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|Fitz the Filibuster - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Another well-written book of nautical adventure by a writer who is a master of suspense. Our hero is a young midshipman called Fitzgerald Burnett, but always known as Fitz. The warship in which he serves is on Channel Patrol, and they are on the lookout for a smuggler who is running arms to a friendly Central American small Republic. They get more caught up in the struggle that is going on in that country, and so take part in several small fights and other tense situations...
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|Bunyip Land - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Joe Carstairs is a boy on a farm in Australia. His father is a keen naturalist who, some years before had set off for New Guinea in search of specimens, and never been heard of again. Joe is old enough to mount a search expedition, and takes with him a local doctor and an aboriginal worker on his farm. They find themselves joined by a stowaway, Jimmy, whose father is a squatter (farmer) nearby, together with his dog, Gyp...
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|Glyn Severn's Schooldays - George Manville Fenn (1831-1909)|
Glyn Severn and the Maharajah of Dour, both about 15 or 16, have been sent together to an English Boarding School. Glyn's father has been for many years a Colonel in the Maharajah's father's army, but now the old Maharajah is dead, and his son, known at school as "Singh", has inherited the title. The Colonel is Singh's guardian. There are the usual schoolboyish rivalries and fights, in particular involving a nasty individual called Slegge...
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